Serpe Andrews has an extensive practice representing all types of health care providers against malpractice and healthcare liability claims. We have tried or successfully resolved thousands of cases with favorable results for our clients. We are trial counsel for various national and regional hospital systems in catastrophic injury cases involving complex medicine, including birth injuries.
Our attorneys specialize in providing an aggressive defense to medical malpractice cases involving catastrophic injuries, such as anoxic brain injuries during childbirth and neurological injuries to adults and children. From our long and distinguished history of defending medical malpractice cases, we understand that patients do not present to their health care providers in the most optimal conditions, and we recognize that in the vast majority of cases health care providers provide the best possible care given the circumstances. Our attorneys are experts at effectively explaining these concepts, as well as scientific medical principles, to the jury. Our attorneys retain only the best experts to help defend our clients’ care. Our trial attorneys have successfully obtained defense verdicts in several medical malpractice cases in multiple venues.
We represent virtually all types of health care providers, including:
- Physicians and Physician Groups
- Nursing Homes
- Home Health Agencies
- Standalone Emergency Rooms
- Physician Assistants
- Respiratory Therapists
- Social Workers
We have handled cases involving virtually every area of medicine, including:
- Emergency Care
- Internal Medicine
- Infectious Disease
Serpe Andrews is one of the premier medical malpractice firms in Texas and New Mexico. Our attorneys have decades of experience representing Fortune 500 health care corporations, multi-hospital systems, urban and rural hospitals, surgery centers, skilled nursing facilities, nurses, physician assistants, physicians, physician groups, dentists, and various other health care providers. Our trial teams have been involved in high stakes medical malpractice cases throughout the country, including: Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, Missouri, Georgia, California, Florida, and New York.